Every year, Konami does its best to outperform interactive footie’s premiere contender, FIFA Soccer. In 2011, the series’ releases were both quality titles that any sports gamer would be proud to own, but EA Sports’ venerable franchise took the cake as being the best of the two offerings – at least in my opinion. While Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 was a very fun and enjoyable experience, it lacked some of the finesse that its competitor featured, not to mention a diverse selection of game modes.
Advancing to present day hasn’t changed the battle. Another year has passed, but the two companies are still fighting for retail sales. The competition is as fierce as it’s been in recent memory, and Konami has stepped up to the plate in a relatively big way. In fact, after last year’s review scores and sales figures came in, the company decided to go back to the drawing board, »
- Chad Goodmurphy
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